Not trying to be a Sanchez apologist here and I agree has played poorly most of this season... however it is very hard to evaluate a QBs performance when he has absolutely no weapons around him. No defense respects the run so they can pretty much focus on the pass, we have limited pass protection and when we do get some there is usually nobody to throw to.
I am not a football analyst but I do find it interesting that many ex-QB analysts (Simms, Boomer, etc.) are big defenders of Sanchez and blame the organization for not supporting his development, not backing him, and not providing him the tools to succeed, not to mention f-ing with his head (Tebow)
Last edited by OneTime; 10-03-2012 at 11:55 AM.